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Obama’s "Really Stupid, Stupid, Stupid Sequester"

Neal57 Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 4:33 PM
The immediate danger by Obama is that he is gutting our military and unilaterally disarming our nuclear capabilities making us sitting ducks for an attack by our enemies. A lopsided war is most likely our most imminent danger. He has already bankrupted our financial basis with a 6 trillion dollar deficit. Soon he will give amnesty to the 30 or so million illegals (11 million? What a joke!) in our nation, giving them citizenship so that they will be in a position to vote for him endlessly. Goodbye two party system! Remember where you heard it.
OL1 Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 5:58 PM
Minor error. You are only wrong on every fact you stated.
rightmostofthetime Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 7:38 PM
Well, ill-informed one, you got part of it right. Those were facts he stated.
restoreliberty Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 9:07 PM
Really like how you put up facts to refute the above statements. You must be a genuine rocket scientist.
Neal57 Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 9:15 PM
Thanks Bill904. Notice that OL1 simply opines that every thing I stated is wrong. These establishment drones of the left can rarely conduct a rebuttal with specifics so they just throw mud at opinions and facts that go against their brainwashed mentality. He did not cite one thing with which he disagreed much less to promote a counter argument. These robot brains are easy to spot, sort out and deal with. Too bad that our public school students have been dumbed down for 60 or so years so that many do not realize the perils which confront them. That is a great deal of our nation problem.

In the opaque world of sovereign debt credit ratings, one of the most important issues facing a rating agency is a country’s economic growth.

One of the reasons why the United States has had such large deficits is because economic growth for the last decade and a half has been anemic. 

I highlight that here because recently I took umbrage with the Congressional Budget Office projections on the U.S. economy and the country’s budget deficit, writing for Townhall about the budget problems we will face once interest rates begin to rise.

The “thorny problem with the CBO forecast is that after this...